Friday, March 18, 2016

Transvaluating Values Rooted in Morality Towards the Universalization of Humanity Part 1

In this blog series I will discuss taboo subjects as they relate to cosmic being. This in fact is a supplemental which bridges my other blogs and social networking post related to Humanity as a cosmically rooted species.   I've disclosed that every Human being on the Planet is a Star, and I've also disclosed that in eternity every individual's inner self their soul becomes the exterior of their being, and therefore Humanity diversifies naturally into Angels & Demons, or Gods & Monsters. Both of which are born from Humanity once diversified through a biological process of universalization.

 This will be a series of blogs which I will limit to 5 chapters dealing with Morality as an individually determinant value based on life experienced in time and the choices made in that experience.  Morality is different for everyone, and relates to a scale and that scale translates that substance of individual morality into individual power, as a natural consequence of character.  What strengthens a character the most in life is their moral choices.

This relates and is a continuation of the Transvaluation Of Value which began with the work of Nietzsche.  In the Cosmic order of creation there is a caste system that transposes an individual from this world to an everlasting one based on individualized morality.  Morality is itself a taboo subject because no one really likes being told what to do or how to act, so this is not about establishing a "new morality", it's explaining how your morality will translate into a degree of power in eternity. 
 Here on Earth are three basic values of a Human Being, I will address how these values expand in the process of Universalization, but first I will elaborate on this values some. 

There is a natural self that every individual is (this aspect of being is body, mind, and spirit all of which relate to biology), then the follow two are behavioral epigenetics; there is the modified self an aspect of novelty (novelty being some projected idea of yourselves), and finally social conditioning (aspects of culture, law, and institution which you as individuals adhere to or don't as a means of socializing.)   The Behavioral Epigenetic aspects of  Human Beings are related to consciousness which in essence is spirit and soul, consciousness is difficult to measure. The body, the senses, and organs including the brain are the vehicle of consciousness, your bodies are biological adaptations for your consciousnesses in this environment, and they are all individuals, above and below.  The two aspects related to consciousness are also related to morality, that is like a scale that determines where an individual expands to in the process of universalization.

 Nature is the producer of biology, but morality is a scale which determines how a soul is grouped with other souls in eternity, everyone registers on that scale according to their own behaviors or moral inclinations. Souls are grouped, with others who are alike, in the most profound way action or inaction is determined by the individual when it comes to morals. One quick example here would be murder there are three subjects in this psychological analogy all are in social conditions in which they could get away with murder, Subject one even under those conditions would not murder, subject two would murder only under a circumstance of self-defense, subject three however murders pathologically and derives pleasure from murdering, those are moral values, and these three subjects, are not going to co-exist in eternity.  Subject one the individual who will not murder in a situation where there would be no punishment if they did, will naturally have more freedom and power in eternity, the second subject might co-exist with the first and have the same degree of power, but the third will not, the third subject while having more freedom and power than human beings have naturally here on Earth, is not biologically sound to co-exist in the same realm as the first and second subject. While all three subjects are immortal, the range of biological environments will vary according to those individual souls.
 
"Ever remember," says Strauss, "that thou art human, not merely a natural production; ever remember that all others are human also, and, with all individual differences, the same as thou, having the same needs and claims as thyself: this is the sum and the substance of morality". But where does this imperative hail from? How can it be intuitive in man, seeing that, according to Darwin, man is indeed a creature of nature, and that his ascent to his present stage of development has been conditioned by quite different laws—by the very fact that he was continually forgetting that others were constituted like him and shared the same rights with him; by the very fact that he regarded himself as the stronger, and thus brought about the gradual suppression of weaker types. Though Strauss is bound to admit that no two creatures have ever been quite alike, and that the ascent of man from the lowest species of animals to the exalted height of the Culture—Philistine depended upon the law of individual distinctness, he still sees no difficulty in declaring exactly the reverse in his law: "Behave thyself as though there were no such things as individual distinctions." Where is the Strauss-Darwin morality here? Where, above all, has the courage gone? In the very next paragraph we find further evidence tending to show us the point at which this courage veers round to its opposite; for Strauss continues: "Ever remember that thou, and all that thou beholdest within and around thee, all that befalls thee and others, is no disjointed fragment, no wild chaos of atoms or casualties, but that, following eternal law, it springs from the one primal source of all life, all reason, and all good: this is the essence of religion". Out of that "one primal source," however, all ruin and irrationality, all evil flows as well, and its name, according to Strauss, is Cosmos." — Friedrich Nietzsche Thoughts Out Of Season Part 1!

The next Chapters will deal with the three aspects of the Human Being on Earth and the final chapter on the transposition of values into the cosmic order of things.   

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